The final four acts for Australia Decides 2020 have been announced! While fans within the Eurovision bubble may be disappointed to find no Electric Fields – who were wildly anticipated for a comeback – the final four acts suggest a strong diverse lineup.
Jack Vidgen first came into the Australian spotlight back in 2011, where won Australia’s Got Talent. This year, Jack tried his luck again at a televised competition, competing in The Voice 2019. He was mentored by none other than Guy Sebastian – Australia’s first Eurovision participant!
Jack is the first of the 10 artists to release his entry. He will perform his self-penned, deeply personal ballad I Am King I Am Queen. Tell us what you think!
Diana is most recently known for winning The Voice 2019 under the mentorship or Boy George. Her Australia Decides 2020 entry is titled ‘Can We Make Heaven’.
Speaking about her participation in Australia Decides she states:
I’m really excited to be in Eurovision – Australia Decides. As a Greek Australian, I am proud to represent the culture that our country is rich and abundant in, and I’d be so honoured to stand on that stage for Australia! It’s an incredible opportunity for any artist. I’d be bringing my true authentic self to the stage…my life’s work and dreams into that moment, and would be proud to earn a position on that stage and represent my countryDiana Rouvas
Jordan-Ravi is probably most well known for his recent appearance of America’s Got Talent this year. Australia Decides 2020 will be his first appearance on Australian television as he hopes to with the song ‘Pushing Stars’. Interstingly, the song was co-penned by Australia Decides alum: Tania Doko and George Sheppard.
Indie rocker Jaguar Jonze was recently signed to Nettwork Music Group earlier in the year. She will sing the song ‘Rabbit Hole’. Speaking about the opportunity she says:
For me, Eurovision – Australia Decides is a massive opportunity to show Australia who I am as an artist and what I’m passionate about. The selected 10 artists are all so talented and I’d be so happy for any one of us to represent Australia in Eurovision. I think it shows the diverse pool of creativity and talent in this nation and I’m honoured to be a part of it. I’ve always taken Eurovision to be about each country, and each artist expressing their individuality without boundaries. So much of Jaguar Jonze is about honesty and vulnerability and I’m excited to express the uniqueness that comes with itJaguar Jonze
Jaguar Jonze, Diana Rouvas, Jordan-Ravi and Jack Vidgen will be joining Casey Donovan, Didirri, iOTA, Mitch Tambo, Montaigne and Vanessa Amorasi